for your note to FEMINIST.COM.
Because you said that you were
"trying to heal from a past
sexual assault" I assume that
you already have resources/outlets
for yourself. I say this because--as
you have Identified, these are
two different issues--one, healing
yourself, and two, getting help
for your partner. I just wanted
to make sure that each is being
weighted equally. With that
assumption here are groups to
contact re: getting suggestions
for other groups specifically
working to cut "addiction to
porn." "Men's groups" are a
good place to start for references:
should contact Diana Russell,
who is an "expert" on ending pornography.
She is a professor at Mills College.
Good luck to you and your partner
Issues Discussion Group,
3203 NE Woodstock Blvd.,
Portland, OR 97202.
Stopping Rape, Inc.
PO Box 316,
306 North Brooks Street,
Madison, WI 53715.
Organization for Men Against
54 Mint Street,
San Francisco, CA 94103.
Organizing Against Pornography,
Dept. of Philosophy,
Oxford, Ohio 45056.